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.)Mr. QUAitir ,3ii M. t). KKA 'ml a SAMPLE BAXLOT, NOVEMBER, 8, 189S. His woiidorful
V- QUARLES & KEATTS, Consecutive cess is n boon to suc tho
FJUCTJCJL WATCHMAKER AMD JE WEL- Name nfllictcd.
vi. i- oi.t iiftioi. oAnr..
'H.r r.'fanilv o hand, n lull jinn of
WuHliarti Solid gold and gold
Mil UiVa . A noio tfirioiy 01 mo
vee, 1 Ja'J.atJfHl ilinffn, mm jewelry ol Ml kind, uur elegant "iocic
fc.crware, mid Table Cultcry comprint ultl)lo for bridal
Md lk...!2T I"1'"- Cnllandaeo Uiom. l'lnln find nrttnlla engraving
HNttly Wo mnko no oittn chnrgo for engraving articles old.
nUrt.ja it'""1 o ftU kind of Respect fully,
QTJARLES & KEATTS.
II. J. HURT, PROPRIETOR.
RATES: $1.50 to $2.00 PfiR DA Y.
COR. TWELFTH AND MAIN STREETS.
l,N:iS:,rf"J.i''igtf.ulc'':'UL,l,tp8,,( L0UI8VILLE, KY.
XWSlrstlCsrs pass la Door JCn r live
COR. SEVENTH AND VIRGINIA STS.
fSOOood lllciwllhor irltliontdriter.,furnlhod Special In Commerela
tt H.ableuraprootatiUeominodlmiotanod Int rrim adlotnlnr MCE WA1TIMI IIOUM
U I.ADIK 81'JCUfXl, ATTK.NTIIJN fjlVLN TO IIOAUIMXU UOK8B8
ff .lD R
Wis rnnlUllv Itivlfi. vnn n nrnmlnn nnr SPUING AND BUMMER
STYLES beforo placing yourordor.
Junius C. McDaviti,
Office OTor Kolley's Jiwelry Store,
H. M. BOLLINGER,
OfGco roar Court Hwisp,
HOPKINSVILLE, - - KY.
Jgpoclal ntlcntion givon ta tlio
tloa of claim?.
Allensworth ft Clarke,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office west sido Court Square.
Entlrcl now nud first clais In all
respects. Excellent Sainnlo Rooms,
aud service uncqualcd in tlio city.
On Double Car Line.
C. F. k L. 1' Klciuekeii Proprietors,
, Henderson, - Ky.
Andrew Searzenti M. D.,
PHYSICIAN And SURGEON.
OBlct oter Cltj Hank. Ileililenco on North
GRAY& PACE, PROP'S.
'jl K. NINTH ST., NEAR. MAIN.
SHAVING 10 SHAMPOO
ING 25 HAIR CUTTING
olhlnr -work end ill dose la
I He. I lull In. h.lliljcllcn guutrterd.
WHEN YOU .GO
Hill Tourruoloirh Mtditt
No. 827 W. Walnut SI.
(OmIcu!ej'i TheHre, '
ricitin tcriiD ami hide .my
i ' i i"-' ",".i":r.t.',.. i
ai"oitaDir. w ro.
,oncy Saved 'S Money Made
T9stiftfl rnli nnrvervilolUr toil airfml
. . . . l. I ..LI l.W.i.iiif.
I ni ii lorvnoiiuinuiii tiviic,
t.k ..i.ihi. iiiii.irMtliiii..ini rlitnir lovrefel
( maauliftuirr. irlfi, llk lllallulclurer,
iuiKi.lacuril ami Imiwrml Into I "e IJnltu'l
Knits. (tiiKtiU. llouwboM UwMla. rami;
luu.thililmt, UiIIm' aiHlHenU'Cliitbloranil
yiir'.oiunr iTotl, llry Ocuvli, Hall auJ aia,
IMKH3 ai!4 BJIflVt, lllirP, u.l.'U", ''"-"" "t
.i...il.u. IX.L. .I.u.lpr. ..., HI1VI.IV
fc .-.J, n,.lici, VIV..H V"T-
ir. Whin.. Arrlrultuial
lu.nti, ; ONLY Vlllaf UI.AHH UO01W.
Calaluiim en UMitlpt ol l nU l,i:
urw.ae. io Ibeuiilrtoiuern who MlUal
mauuf.iiuun'1'iliT., alkuflnjili. Lucr llie
w.CIi.j lltiaulio uiiimlBUluur ihn 10
Itidwl.cifuljtircr Weauaiault all fJt
M rei'leM nlrd , If not loun 1 ., mono ITluud.
cl orrelgU, will) tb
r A. KAIirf.KaC'O.,,
WE WILL PAY
A talarr el :i to I'O r nl Ui OOOIj ...
..law .ri(tvu, f.ii.ir wwt.i.i
uuriturralllna i.l llviruaaillwatujnvlocl
r lll' Ur W vn wain ntu
IumviiiDMapwr, ' "" '" ---
Ihocelnhrnlod Klein, llanmlen, and
filled watch rawi In Iwth ladlf)
ision novrtuy in uico rum,
illnui'tlor ll nartiof tlnCllf
Livery, Food And Sale
Our Sulla aro cut and undo by the
moit modern styles', and with an oye
to plcaso tlio most fastidious, and suit
the most subdued.
John B, Castleman. A.O. Longhom
Barbee & Castleman,
MAVAOERS OF THE
AGENTS Tbrocouout The NORTH
The large st "business
in Louisville. The
largest in Kentucky.
Tne largest business
in the South.
OARNErr & MOORE.
Koat ii qciiTm. Kit II ICiUIT.
FOR 20 YEARS
Hno loci all WormRomodlos.
EVEHY BOHLE GUARANTEED.
LOCAL RETAIL MARKET REPORT.
CorrtcUd Weekly lr SIeKe, lh Uroccr,
tclwt pitkseo tHo C'oro
litDHUMun, coon Kcidr; II, gixxlSojdr
Al.it. vn.i.l7n; .lii.ti.Vlli. liifltlOc.
l.omsav JM..kl.i ni.i Ii... (. nA. .mno'i.r.
I WBhl.l inn ! ..vv. ..'pv
per ilottn. lane .lWjlllltrCT live no ir
lbdiciMOiio;Kuc.luU(ciilliieil, er doien,
iv nni.w minimal.
UnciLLiMui'rt lkcnTiirlb lie: Tal
low iierlti ie; M. O ,milM (0i'js7S.
nunc Kbdit Apple. btlKlii icifaporaletl
iw; 1 cacue. lwaimi joc. unie.ioiiM3.
rnv.if.3rcen Itla. choir. 15c: onllnarr ITU
MKUc; UoaaUU coBoe Artuekl 2oj Uulilen
hicua (JranulalodSWe; iowiIitoI anil eobei
Hi cut loa.iuo: extra u. .; rcuo. tc
nee periu. wo
roTiTon C'liolccJIIclilinnLulV. i!r tu.Utl
a ..t.vi ftDlnitftiL 11.00 ir liariel
OatKUKi rlortda, iwrbacliliclil, tl.OO.
1.ihi Ui'Mlna. f.riey ilt, tuuper box, I5.M
KLOl'ralenl 13 liidlandanl Ii 75,
iimt iritfiKillain. i.r Hi. lla fureountrr.
ami lie liriugarcuieu;llivak(a.l bacon, y
lie. tliolce leaf lanl, per lb. Ion.
" MoTntsi' Fito"ii a
prepffil Ununtnt, evry
of retagmzcj value anj In
.omtant uie ly the nieJu.il
WILL DO 1l that Ii Ulmd fot
it AND MORE. K&haittni Labor,
Lrsent I'aln. Diminlshtj Dinger to
Uf; of Mother and ChilJ. Book
to " Mai n" mailed FREE, containing
valuihle Information and
Snluyrw, tettlpl of I'rlc. II.M ft boltK
CnAUFIUD RECblMOR CO., AUaala.G.
UOIV UV ALL UllUUCIiaiti
"i la.W nrikum ir
vMu.1 m; liur.il I
...ll.lL. ..... ML. .
la. HIWLU.IL .11"
.rlU.. t U. iMrj
II. ."tf. -!
Will make them
i And healthy.
ul 1 ttaitipa to A- P- Orowar Co,
lloVlon. Man., for bnlPHUeUwoia pmmwv
Tl,n immiiil Mm rmnn Chemical
Co. propones to pay rhtouo who will
concoiuiiip tho wondorful ollects or
Lemon Ulilll ionic, nro not
ono can wrilo flaltorlng articlea
flll. DIUU HVHMViw
Chill Tonlo" fctnnds nt tho head m a
Ulood Purifior, a cenerni tomo ami
..iiIm. Tjimnn fllilll Ton la la as
pleasant as lomonade and aa lariro as
tho regular dollar size. Ask (or Lemon
Chill Tonic and insist on getting
what you ask for. Take no substituto
but got n bottle, and you will thnnk
this paper lor urawing your
to its merit. Price DOc. For salo
and guaranteed by R. C. Hardwick,
HopkinsrillB, nnd Mason & Wills,
II in xnrv hard to convince a protty
cfiil that it is necessary for her to
Big Excitement In Town
flrnr llm irmnrlnliln euros hv tllO
grandest apcclfic of tho age, Aunt
Fanny's Health Restorer, which acts
a. i imltirn'a Inxallvo. sllllltllalCS
tlio dlgCHtlvo organs, regulates tho
liver UIUl Klillicya anil is naiuiuo
great healer and health renewcr.
If you have Kidney, Liver or Ulooii
Disorder do not delay, hut call at R.
C. Ifardwlck's drug storo for a free
tilnl package. Large size GOc.
A irnmnn nnrnr lcnnwfi what she
wants until sho finds out what other
Ladies and gentlemen stifleilng
with throat aud lung difficulties to
call at our drug atoro for a bottlo of
Otto's C tire.wlilch wo aro distributing
free of charge, and wo can
rccoinmcnd it as a ui)crior rem
edy for Coughs, Colds, Uronchitls,
Consumption, aim an uiscaecs 01 ine
throat and lunei. It will slop a
cough quicker than any known
uiy. vo win gtiaranioo u 10 euro
you. If your children liavo croup
or whooping cough it is suro to give
instant lutief. Don't delay, bu get
a trial bottlo free. Largo Mzo 60c.
Sold by, It. C. Hardwick
Tho first theater to bo lighted
throughout with electricity was
tlie Uniety inivonuon in ibio.
is beautiful with u bad akin coverod
with pimples, freckles, moth or tau.
I havn boeu asketl many timoi what
will lomovotboso unsightly blemishos.
No face paints or powders will re
move thorn, as thoy are caused by im
pure blood. Tho only suro remedy I
have over Boon is Sulphur Bitters,
and in hundreds of cases I have "over
known thera to fail. Editress
The first stock nuotntiouB by cable
from Paris to London weresont. across
tho channel in 1851.
Bo Your Own Doctor.
It won'l cost ycu half as much. Do
postage, nnd wo will semi you Dr.
Knufmnnn's great work, fine colored
nlatos. from life, on disease, its causes
and homo euro. Address A.P.0rday
& Co , Boston, Mass.
WHO OWNED THE PEW.
l'at Onlr Wanted III. Illxht. ai
"It you had corns and naked me for
tliem, you might have had all you
wanted, and welcome." This, If storytellers
are to bo iruated. la what farmers
always say when they And hadboya
robbing their orchards. Aud It la true,
beyond question, that people In general
like to have their right as proprietor
respected, even lntliemosttrlfllne mat
ters. So It was with an Irishman of
whom n reporter for the Chicago I'ott
tells n little etory.
There was a special celebration of
some hind In the churah where ha
owned a pew. Tho building was
crowded, and just as the aorvlce began
this proprietor made his way down the
aisle to the door of his pew, which was
only two seats from the front In It
were two or three ladles, strangers to
There was still nbundauce of room
near the head of tho scat, but he stopped
at the door, laid ouo hand upon the
back of the pow uext In front, and with
an Impressive ware of the other said,
In a vnlcxi loud enough to no beam over
half the church:
"Come out ol that now!"
The ladles, surprised and greatlv
confused, obeyed with all haste, but
no sooner was the last one out In tho
aisle than the man waved his hand
"now In wld yei again," ho remarked,
louder than before, "an' make yoraeltes
terhome. 01 only wuntod yes ter know
who owned the pew,"
Ills tone and gesture and smile were
so polite and reassuring that the ladles
resumed their acuta, and tho priest went
on with tho serf lco.
THiiitnc Laopard. la India.
Tho Cheetah Is tied In all directions,
principally from a thick grummet of
rope around hU loins, while a hood tt
ted over his head effectually blinds
him. lie Ii fastened on a strong cot
bedstead, and the keeper and their
wive and families reduce him to submission
by starving him and keeping
him awake. Ills head 1 made to face
tho village street, and for an hour at a
time several times a day his kcepors
make pretended rushes at him and
wave cloths, staves and other articles
In hU face. lis Is talked to continually,
aud women's tongues are believed
to be the moit effective antlsoporiflcs.
No created being could resist tho ef
fects of hunger, want of sleep and
feminine acoUIng, and tho poor cheetah
I. j p" ca
OHAULES K. WHEELER. .
J. B. RICHARDSON.
W. T. HAYWARD.
JOHN B. BASKIN. i"
JOHN T. HODGE.
J. ANDREW SCOTT.
W. G. DEARING.
N. B. HAY8.
CIvAUPE M. THOMAS.
W, T. ELLIS.
JNO. It. GRACE.
MATT S. MAJOR.
DO NOT USE PEN AND INK OR handle, and ink pad will bo found in Rooster's feet INSIDE the ncjunro at If you want to vot'o for orio or more
LEAD PENCIL. USE RUBBER the election lxjolh. tho top of tho FIRST column on men on ho Democratic Ticket stamp
STAMP X ONLY. Dip stamp into tbe ink pad. Press LEFT HAND sido of this balloL This in the small squsroa to tho RIGHT of
Rubber stamp, attached to a mial! it on the ticket immediately under the votes the Straight Democratic Ticket such candidates' names.
Suggestion tor a Summer Trip.
If you wish to take the trip of n
lifetime purchase tho low rate excursion
tickets sold by all the principle
lines in tho Unitod States and Cana
da via tbe Northern Pacific Railroad
to YollowstooD Notional Park, PaciUc
Coast and Alaska.
Tho trip is mado with tlio highest
degree of comfort iu tho elegaut
trains of tbn Northern Pacific
Railroad, which carry diuing cam
and luxurious Pullman sleepiug cars
from Chicago, St Paul aud Minneapolis
to Montana and the Pacllfo coast,
without change, and special Pullmau
sIopers from St. Paul and
to Yellonstono Pork.
The scenery n route is tho most
magnificent to bo found in tlio seven
states through which the road passes.
Beautiful mountains, rivers, valleys,
akos and plains follow oach other iu
lapid succession to delight tlio tour-ret,
who will also find interest iu the
agricultural, mining, lumbering, industrial
aud other interests associated
with tho development of tho great
Tho crowning glory of tho trip
through tho Northwest, howevor, is
tho visit to Yellowstoue 'Park, tho
land of hot springs, govsors and gorgeous
canons, and to Alaska with Its
cndlwis ocean channols, snowcapped
peaks. Indian villngua aud giant gla
If you wish t j investigate this suggestion
further send to Charles S.
Fee, General PasReneer Agent, N, P.
It. R St. Paul, Minu., for copies: of
tho handsomel v illustratod "Woudor
land" book, Yellow Stouu Park and
Tho origin of football is unknown,
but tho first mention of the gatno Is
in the rolgn of Edward III. (110)
Some Foollah People
Allow a cough to run until It get beyond
the reach of Tliuy say
often, "Oh, It will wear away," but
iu most ciics it uoars mem away,
Could they bo Induced to try (lie hiio.
ccssful liii'dlcllie I'a'led Kemp's Balsam,
which la mi'd on a Kiltttr
niiteo tociiic, tliey would
mm) tho excel rut t'flevt aflcr I king
thollrstiloKc. Price uOc. mid 11,00.
Trial botilu free. Ai all dniyyWt..
It usod (o bo customary for tho up
per circles of Groat Britain to cat four
uioala a day, whilo now they eat five,
The Homeliest Man In
Hopklusvlllo, ai wull as the
aiiilnllnTS sie Invited lu cull on
any druggist .ml a fico trial
ot Kemp's lUlauin, for Hie throat
and lung', a lemuly that sells entirely
uikjii It iiiuriu nud Is guaranteed to
iclleto sin) en mill rhr nlc and acuta
coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption,
Lsrgc buttlos CO-, and 1
Whsii u uomau nsys sho doesn't
love vou but buo llkai vou it means
sbe'il jump into tho river if you don't
Many old soldiers, who contracted
cbroiila diarrhoea whllo iu tha ervico.
havtj since been permanently cured ol
it byaChamlMiilafn's Colic, Cholora and
P. N. LANDER.
J. R. GLASS.
OEO. W. MASON.
J. F. KIMBLEY.
J. I. LANDES.
J. M. STARLING.
-- rr rT
LEADS THEM TO SLAUGHTER
A llntl r.d to D.eof Cattle from Their
raaa at m wa
specimen of the bovine species which
has been moping laxity along the driveway
prick up hi tars In quick re
sponse to the call and trots up to his
master witn a promptness mat would
be commendable orou iq a pot dog.
The call came from Head Driver Murphy,
or ona of hi assistants, and Philip
knows well enough what It means.
"O'long over to K," shout the driver,
and At the same tlmo he points up the
alley la the direction of suction "F,"
The motion of the driver's hand is Of
superfluous, however, for l'hllp knew
a well a anybody where "F" la, nnd
he gallops oil up tho narrow driveway
more like an educated canlno than the
huge, lazy steer that he Is.
There I au Interesting coincidence In
connection with h!g Phil's history. 11 ii
llQnjo, unbrldged, is Philip I). Armour.
This alao the name of the proprietor of
the which the cloven-footed
1'Mllp bran Important functionary.
Driver Ifurpliy, however, blunt
the point of the coincidence by his explanation
that the steer was honored
with th iiame of his noted owner lu
order to alvo jtlio animal a due appreciation
of his extraordinary prowes
Whllo Philip has risen from obtcurlty
to pre-eminence, and has become tho
king of hla klne, he has also degenerated
morally from an Innocent and guile.
less country ox Into an
The gruesome office of a hangman fade
Into insignificance when compared with
those of Philip.
Ills dally labor Is to entice the Innocent
eattlo from their pens by his
paeullar magnetism., and lead them In
a wild dash to their death. As the
drivers swing topen the gato of a pen
and rush a drove frightened, trembling
steer out Into tho driveway, Phil gallops
boMly up, ami, swinging In ahead
of tha hard, jtsaurr his bowlldered
eountry brothers that he la matter of
the altuatloni thath has come as their
deliverer, and that If they will follow
him they will bo browsing In clover
fields aud drinking from sprlngWed
brooks before the sun sets.
The unsuspecting eattls instinctively
fall In line a soon as their eye fall on
the handaome f ml Intrepid Philip. The
herd troops aw,ay down tho alleys, following
closely every turn of their
leader a he dpdge In and out among
wagons and sjieits and heads straight
for the broad '.'shoot" which lead a up to
the capacious slaughter-pen. When
Phil approaches the "shoots" he ha
urged his followers into a mad stamped.
Quick as a flash the leader whirls
to one side at the foot nf the approach,
and the herd, carried on by Its
own Impetus,' charges madly up the
ascent and into the waiting-room of
death. Philip Ijas sent another hundred ,
Of his kn to ther doom. The big gata
utose bhln4 ijls vlotlms and they nro
led Into tha slaughter-mill one by ono,
almost as fast one ean count them,
to come out flayed, drawn and quartered i
for th butcher1 block. I
I'hlhp knows noplty, no remorse. Ills
conscience la anered and callous. As he
avoids the slaughter-pen by an adroit !
turn and send his followers on to their
death ha drop hi head betwun hi I
knees, and seems to chuckle with ghoulish
delight aa he listens to tho clatter
of hi victims' hoofs as they clamber
People's Patty Ticket,
D. D. DAVIS.
E. L. FOX.
V. It. JOHNSON.
T. S, PETTIT.
OWn pecK. has betrayed one hundred
thousand fellowrtrcaturca which ter
looked to Lira for guidance. Perhaps H
through deference to tho consummate
villainy ot such a beast as Philip
that old Beeltebub took to wearing
cloven hoof. Chicago Time.
HOME HINTS AND HELPS,
It Is claimed that white spots on
varnished furniture will dlsappcr If a
hot plate from the oven 1 held over
Corn meal gemsi One cup of sour
milk, one egg, one half teaspoonfu' ot
soda, a pinch of salt, six heaping table,
spoons of cormcal, three tablespoon full
flour, one tablespoonful of sugar,
DtiVp quickly in hot Irons, Detroit
To Remove Freckles: Grate fresh
horseradish root and put It in sour
milk. Set It in a warm placa for an
hour, then set away until ne.it dayi of
was the face with It every night and
two or three times during the day,
being careful not to get It in the sye
N. Y. World.
A sore throat can sometimes be relieved
In the following simple mannsri
Scak In water a small piece of bread SO
and mix with It a pinch bf cayenne
pepper; roll It up Into the form of a
pill and swallow It. Usually within
thron hours the sufferer will bo relieved
of all pain. I aggravated casei
several dose may bu rorjulred, Do
trolt Frco Press,
Peaches a La Condei Peel and cut
the peaches In two and stow them In
clarified sugar sirup. Fill an oral it
mold with hot boiled rice; turn tha It
form out on a dish, arrange the peachri
around it, and decorate with preserved
cherries or other small fruits from the
confectioner'. Mix half a pint of the
sirup with a gill ot marmalade, pour It
over the dish, and serve hot lloston
Egg Kaladi Iloll'slx egg fifteen mln.
nte. While they are boiling make a
Frenah dreaslng, and to It add ono ta.
hlespoonful of "Isrgar, the &
tame quantity of onion Juloo and a little
chopped parsely. When the eggi
ar done cut In slices and placo In a
siau Ulan, rour tho dressing over
while the eggs are still hot Maud in a
cold place two hours, then serve. to
Tomato Soup; Taken can of
toes aud bring them to a boll, and then au
strain through a coarse strainer. Add
one teaipoonful of dry soda, and when
the foaming ceases add a quart of milk
and a tablespoonful of butter. Season
.th soup with salt red pepper or curry
powder, and thicken slightly wlui a
little cracker crumbs. Doll the soup
for a few moments, and It Is ready for
eating. Harpers llaiar.
Q Orange Float; Two eggs, one-hall
cupful ot cream, one cupful of sugar, a
pinch ot salt a tnaspoonful of baking
powder, and one largo cupful of flour,
liaka Id small patty Una. It may be
flavored with vanilla, Hayq ready a
sauce mad of throe cupful, of water, a
tablespoonful of butter, a oupful ol
sugar, aud the Juice and grated rind ol
two orougu. Slightly tliloken, when
It bolls, with a tablespoonful nf cornstarch
moistened with water, and pour Is
Into a large, deep dish. Heap the topi
lot tha float with Icing and, Just before
serving, place thorn In the not sirup.
'Serve ona to each person, with plenty
of the sirup. -.-Housekeeper.
W. E. STRAIGHT.
B. E. HOLMAN.
M. T. CASH.
N. A. SALTER.
WILL B SOMES.
For lamo back there is nnthliip lif
than to saturate a flannel cloth
with Chamberlain's Paiu Balm aud
bind it on tho affeoUd parts. Try it
nud you will bo sttprised at tho '
prompt relief it hHouIs. Tho same
treatment nil! cur rlieun.atisui. For
salo by Blttkeuiurti & Wood, druggists.
Tho kill is said to bo almost ti n t
among Urn peasnutry, w' o
hnvo hdopusl tho loss ,i t
English kH Ii. ( dress. !
To relinvo correct I
dors of tho stomach and increase tho I
appolit, hihI lor itie euro of liter complaint, -
u.e Ay la L'atbartiu Pill,
Thoy aroprhTilv safe to take, nud
invariably prom. In a honlthy uction I
thodigestivo and assimilatlto
Tbe first wheal raised in the New
World was sown oil tho Island ol Im-
belln iu January, 1403, and on March
tho crop was gathered.
Cbamboilaln'u Eyo and SUn
A certain enre for Chronlo Bora Eye-,
Tetter, Salt lihenm, Scald Head, Old .
Chronlo Bores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, rralrla Scratches, Sore Nipples
and Piles. It Is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cum ha vo been enred by.
after all other treatment bad failed. (
la pnt up in S3 and CO cent boxes.
For sale bvLenvell & Wood,
Tbe Unitod States government ban
doo'ded to opau, Nov. 22, 1892, for
settlement uudor tho homestead law,
tho utiearuod lauds of tho Marmiotto
Little Bay Du Noquot Railroud,
heretofore reserved from entry, iu
Northern Michigan, At tho same
tlmo tho right of tho Ontonagon &
Brulu River Railroad has lieen denied
a large trart of laud iu tho upper
Peuinsulasf Michigan. This gives
unprecedented chance to locate
vnluablo timber uud mineral lands,
wblcb aro among tho best in the upper
PemnNula, and aro reached ouly over
the North Star Routo (Milwaukee &.
Northern Railroad) between Chicago
out! Lake Superior.
For fuithor particular nddroaa 0.
E. Rollins, Laud and Immigrant
Agent 101 La Sullo stroot, Chicago.
Detler Than a Fortune,
Hundred of doctors proecribo Lemon
Chill Tonlo lu their pruritics knowing
It tu bu a mere ploasaut
than they cau compound, while
the results are curtain. No ringing
iu the oars like quinine, still thoeireet
surer. Remoiuber tho name, "Lemon
Chill Tonlo." Take no othor.
Thoro aro many substitutes, but nouu
possess tho sumo qualities of tho above.
Take no othor, Every bottlo guaranteed.
For sale and guaranteed by It. U.
HOME, SWEET HOME.
flow to Hake lb Ilomlcl All that II
The old Saxon word home has a far
higher significance than a mere habitation
or an abiding-place. In tho
lnal Saxon "ham," from which tho
word Is derived, U a place of rest
as well as a domicile. et how few ol
ua think of this word, much as It ii
talked of. in Its original sense. And.
alas! how few succoed In making thclt
tiomes places of rest rather than mer
place where tho turmoil and friction ol
dally housekeeping are reflected everywhere.
The greatest art of atrue housekeeper
is to conceal her art; to mako her home
an of peace, on which the
demons of unreal and fickleness never
enter. In these houses where atrial
order prevail tho friction of tho kitchen-work
U never felt beyond Its walla.
That houso Is no true homo where
the steam and fumes of the
kitchen penetrate to the living-rooms,
or where tho mistress sits down
to her family table with her fact
olouden under the petty trials and vexa
tions of her housowork. As her hus
band should throw off hla bualncai
earea, so sho should throw off hei
(household cares at all the family ga
Too often tho dinner-table la a place
iwhero weak-minded women rehearse
tho petty grievance of their housework,
and all tho fume, fret and f ever
thereof. Let down your burdens for
the time if you would have your home
a resting-place! Nothing Is gained and
everything is lort If you have not moral
and mentnl force to do so. No mother
has a right to make her houso an uncomfortable
dwelling-place for her
children. It Is her duty to protect aud
shield them, not by tho force of her
command, but by tho power of her
love. If she would do this she must
make their homo the most attractive
placo In the world, to which they come
not as slaves driven to their galleys,
but as free children.
It require continual tact and sedulous
care on tho nartof tho householder
to allot to each ono In tho household her
share of tho work, nnd yet arrange so
that no Jar In tho domestic machinery
can affect the qulot atmosphere of tho
borne. It requires as much executive
power a to command a ship to arrange
all the detulls of tho house so that the
routine flow In harmonious lines. .V'
It Is Just this executive powcrwat is
needod In the household, p4 thus It
I that the silly woman ai"y "'"
make a capable wlfu cw mother. Llko
Dickens' Dora, auo woman Is plctur
eaauo onlv lu JiCr girlhood, and, Ilka
the weak of Austria, sho may
well exalalm when her beauty U fled;
"It la time for mo to die."
It la a shame to any mother who falls
to train her daughters tu take a serious
view of life, Instead of a frivolous,
selfish view) to remember that tho
highest duties, whether they bo mar-vied
or single, I to bo home-maker. A
great writer on this subject haa said!
"Wherever a true wife cornea, this
home Is always wound her. The star
may be over her head) tho glowworm
In the night-cold grass may be tha only
flro at her feet Hut home 1 yet
Wherever she la, and for a nobln woman
It stretches far around her. better
than celled with codar or painted with
vermilion, ebediung Its quiet light far
. ..1...U..1-. ', 1 .!. .
Brr?5f5PyPbi vfc i
vHK&tt - M V i
TSKslraiaWMalaT1 afn.a 1
i;faf JML iflBB
J. S. APPLEMAN. M. D
formerly lTwCWHir 0f pf Meillelna
hlcctrlcni Medical Colle'gc,
Now KxnmluitiB physician
Medical Ikjtitote .
Will boat Iherbirnlx lloltl ,,
Thursday, Nov. 17.
one dar onlr. lelurnlnv ar.rv fnuu,v.
ilutlnr h jmr, Imm v a, m. to Up. m.
Dr. Apiilemanl.anralMaleiv( llrtlrviie
Medical Udlear, New VnikLllf. ami ihe
lulkir, Tornnlo, an. He
ha. made ipvclal .linly nt tho dlevaaba
ire. i. in me itciisrna anit vniriir
for leteral jreara and
dlafniHlni; nnd IrcMlnn Clirunlo
lie devote, all hi. time tu tha tr.iim.nf
olibronleanduervou. tit PMli aoxra
ananit 'aiii man eaoeri in IM. rla ot eaaea
la well e.ublUhcd Treatt rucrantullr and
Aruu and Clirunl Cxlnrrli. Itlnalna In
Kara, llearnr.a, lUirntr. nf tlin liy, Kar,
l'' Throne. I.iinai, ludnrjr., Krlnary
-" .M.iTr iiiiiinr.i
Spermatorrhea, Inipuiencr, Kitiiillnna. tha
rrtui uclerruiaiireice.M'., .bouldenll before
It la too late.
Ve gnaranlce a cure II ce
Huirtlunua hair and all cruptlona ot Ihe fact
Blood nutl Skin Disnasos,
AaSrhlll.,Sernfula, Slrinlure, Uleel, ele
cnredlir uCTer fatllna rcmeiiie.,
Illwaw of women, tucb aileucorrhea.tialn.
fal mennruatlon, displacement of womb, Lear-lug
down palna In back, ralltted In noii time.
The Doctor rarrlea all hla portabla Intra,
menu ana romei prparel toexamlna the moat
ODKurt miHileal and .srilcal rate
Ha undertake, no Incurable ulaeaiet but
corei hundred, f 1 ten up to die.
Consultatlou Frco and Confidential
J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D.
(L, N. 0. and T. R, R.)
THE POPULAR LINE
VIUkSllL'IKI. IIATilN IIOUOtL
friteriiis i IipiSitit nf
fits ri(tu(ii fetiUj
The Hire and Suaar Plan! llon, and treat
inauliaSuicar llou. am lleflneriea Houth of
llaton llooice are wprrialljr and
n.irr fall lu pleaM Ida lerTant p.uT(cr
lletwrrn Meinphla an-l Vlclll.nu the lln
paw. ihniuiih amueol Ihofluevt rolton plakla
Oon.lnlbe Delia, Ibeixca
fertile acrlcuiiurai fxilun ol country on earth
S t if liciit. u Mi-
.California amt teln ai.
I in tale all the rai runnd.
Winter 'JinlMli1 l'ieaet.4
to ewurlcana and
93 Tom pnlHtf are or
.ale until April 1Mb.
Uaanldrent 1'i.llnian lluilcl klrrplrr can Itun
I'n.nn tinejunaii, anil
en Orleaju, l Mempbla
Knr Time Table., It aproMen, and price of
w. it. r.u;iS
Uen'l Trar. l'wu'r Ait..
F. L. DRAKE,
Division Passenger Agent.
L. & N, R. R.
I UK till KlT
Through Trunk Line
Cincinnati, Lexington, Louis
villc, Evansvillc St. Louis,
Nashville, Memphis, Montgomery,
Mobile and New
WITHOUT (WANOK! 4
XttD SI-ECU UNIUVALED.
Shortest & Quickesl Route
From St. Louis, Evanavillu nnd
Houderson to tho
SOUTHEAST & SOUTH
From above citios to Nash,
villu nnd Cbnttatioogn,
making direct con-lion
For Atlanta, Siwnniinh,
vlllo nnd Points
Connections are made at Guthrie and
NashvU'o for all points
NorthiEast, South and West,
In Pullman Palaco Cars.
this road will recoivo Bpcoial low rates,
Sou agents of this coiyinny for rotes,
routes Ac, or wrltqJ
0. P. At". G, P. & T. A.
I have fur aala a choice lot of thonahured
Berkihlrc Hog., all aces now read- for delivery,
AUoihnrthom row and calve, both reset,
leiliteiedorelfiilblu to regltlrv, l"Jll',t
i"f"' ISAAC GAliROTT.
Pleasant Vlow Slock Form,
remodlii m.i Jo n,"t In I UI J I
Inra tha b.aHU f iatcrf. !! i-na atiatlntia or
I luanrr, It bullda up tiid irijra.e tbo aeneral
huAll thd htln and bcautlnet I L. eAmnl.iloii.
Ni.vrtntlracr luuitiuu. rplltiw thlt Iruiioaav
Kudorik d tv puy.lctuu ani toUtd ladw.
aiitsiv. iHeaitu hv Mmi. coTlfl